When the Lion Feeds - Part 2, Witwatersrand: Chapters 28-31 Summary & Analysis

Wilbur Smith
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Part 2, Witwatersrand: Chapters 28-31 Summary

Sean goes out to Xanadu for the first time since Duff left. In the study, he takes down a Purdey shotgun and sights in nonexistent targets until suddenly he sees Duff's face. He lowers the gun and says hello. Duff presumes their friendship is over but Sean asks him to pour the drinks and tell him what it feels like to be a pig. He tells Duff what he did was lousy, and closes the subject.

Max approaches them asking to meet discreetly and that evening shows them statements from four banks his boss deals with. Hradsky used C.R.C. stocks as collateral. The shares are at ninety shillings, but if the price fell to their limit of 35 shillings, the bank would dump them. If Hradsky were out of town, Duff and Sean might force the price so that the...

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